Best Practices for Prevention of SaaS Threats

Presented by

Anuj Sawani | Palo Alto Networks

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Many organizations are already transitioning their data to SaaS applications such as Microsoft Office 365, Box or Salesforce. However, because the data and usage of these SaaS applications is invisible to IT administrators, the typical enterprise security tools can’t effectively protect against the risks exposed by the new attack surface. Join this webinar where you will learn: •Best practices to build a strategy for securing your SaaS environment •Real-world examples of risks seen in enterprise SaaS environments •Steps to protect against the new threats and prevent data exposure •How to proactively monitor users and data within sanctioned SaaS applications Make sure your organization leverages the value of SaaS applications without exposing you to their risks.

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